November 1, 2013
I always become suspect when a speaker makes statements that are not true. It makes his whole talk suspect. for example, this speaker said tha tif you draw a line from Washington DC to NY, through Boston and extend it onward it will land on stone henge. I did it and it lands on iceland or thereabouts. No where near stone henge. He was using that as proof of r other statements he made. Another example is that he said that the pyramids were aligned with the stars for some occult reason. That is a common misunderstanding. These ancient sites were aligned with the axes of the earth for specific reasons regarding the energy of the earth. This is pure fact and not something I made up. It is well known in ancient texts from India. It has nothing to do with the stars. I just so happens that the North star is in alignment with the pole of the earth at this time. That is why it is called the pole star. Which star is held to be the pole star changes over time du to the change in the tilt of the earth on its axes. So, these kinds of mis - statements really make me question this speaker.